Sheldon T. Nunn

Sheldon T. Nunn

Ten years ago, Havana, Cuban born guitarist Luis Mario Ochoa released his first recorded effort. Since that time, Luis and his band of merry men have blazed and embellis…
The exploration of jazz comes in many unique flavors and styles, one of which is a phenomenon known as jazz funk. Over time, numerous artists and groups have either perf…
Just in case you have not heard, a new category of jazz has begun to gain prominence amongst a multitude of jazz beginners and connoisseurs. Although it is rather questi…
Ryan Lum and Anji Bee have run the gamut of the recording industry as collaborators on practically every aspect of songwriting as well as track remixing. I…
Some of the finest influences and innovators in jazz have been women; however, very few have made a name for themselves when speaking of widespread recognition. In addit…
Saxophonist Tom Braxton has been a mainstay in bassist Wayman Tisdale’s band for many years. During Tom’s tenure with Wayman, he has recorded five albums and has …
Keyboardist Gregg Karukas is a rare gem that has managed to outshine many of his contemporaries, yet he is devoid of widespread recognition. Since 1987, he has re…
Guitarist Earl Klugh is one of the last unsung emissaries of modern jazz. For more than thirty years, Earl has adopted a posture that has allowed him to survive t…
In smooth jazz, many artists are often relegated into obscurity for reasons other than artistic merit. When speaking with program directors at various radio stations, ma…
Musically speaking, the sweet melodic sound of the human voice is considered by many to be the first known instrument. In jazz, vocalese has been one of the driving forc…